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Nov 24, 2012 4:45pm EST
. >> this would be a future composed of just wednesdays. but seriously, i share the worry of maryanne wolf about the loss of long concentrated and even slow reading. we are in a rush to get to place to place. that sounds negative. but the positive thing, to me out outweighs the negative, it is what i call a democratization of access to culture. it is here and now and also the future. most human beings are so far removed that we can barely grasp the possibilities today. i mean, we have a lot of information and most people didn't own books, most people who did had the bible and the children's progress, and they read them over and over again. thanks to the electronic media and the internet, the cultural heritage of this country is going to be within the grasp of everyone in the country in the near future. we are creating something called the digital public library of america, which will make all digital books free to all readers. he was a utopian dream to the founding fathers. we can make it happen and we will make it happen. when i look into the future, i can't predicted exactly, but access to kno
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